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arrested him but he fought extra diction to the united states. he was eventually released. >> san jose-based cisco systems is letting go 500 employees. they report the lays offs took place this week. cisco is confirming the layoffs, which are called a realignment. they employ 73,000 people worldwide. some sources say those most affected were involved with data center business development. >> facebook is ready for another big announcement, sending out this individual station to reporter at company headquarters next thursday april 4th. the invitation says "come see our new home on droid." the event is likely related to the recent push into droid systems. until a few months ago facebook focused mobile efforts around apple's inno one. >> pilgrims and tourists from around the world are descending on holy sites in jerusalem for easter week. ♪ jesus remember me >> they believe jesus was crucified on this good friday and resurrected on easter sunday. hundreds of christians packed crumb judgment's holy sepulchre in the hold city of jerusalem and attend another mass in bethlehem where jesus is
on a warrant. >> san jose was once declared the safest big city in the country. now car thefts there are sky rucking. -- rocketing. ktvu's matt keller spoke to a city counsel men who knows why the thefts are on the rise. >> reporter: last year we saw the most vehicle thefts on record here in san jose and this year started off worse. >> reporter: leaving your vehicle parked in san jose is a risky thing to do. >> i ran out of gas. pulled ov. i had to balk -- pulled over. i had to walk to a phone, came back and it was gone. >> reporter: more and more people are feeling that way. statistics released by the police department revealed how bad it is getting. 934 cars stolen in january. a 53% increase compared to last year. break that down, one car is stolen every hour. one city counselman believes it is on the rise is because of the realignment of the prison system. >> we are having our issues with folks coming out into the area. >> more officers can help, with the crimes in san jose, not just vehicle thefts. >> reporter: police say the auto theft detail ended a year ago. but car theft victims say
was wounded. investigators say it may be gang related. >>> san jose police tell us two people injured during a officer involved shooting are both felons. a police officer fired on a stolen car as the driver tried to run down the officer. the woman driver was wounded, the passengers also injured. she was a wanted felon and the passengers was wanted on a felony warrant. both now face charges. >>> we learned san jose is seeing a surge in vehicle thefts and now on pace to break last year's record high. matt keller with what is behind the increase. >> reporter: leaving your vehicle parked in san jose is a risky thing to do. >> pulls over, i had to walk to the phone, came back it was gone. >> reporter: more and more people in san jose are feeling that way, statistics released by the police department revealed how bad it is getting. 934 cars were stolen in january. 893 in february. a 53% increase compared to stolen every hour. one councilman believes it is on the rise because of the realignment of the prison system. >> we are having issues with folks coming out into communityalize over in californi
of construction through san jose, northbound 880, stevens creek on-ramp is closed. >> developing news from the east by. richmond police are offering a $25,000 reward this morning for information leading to the shooter who wounded a one-year-old boy in the iron triangle neighborhood. abc7 news reporter amy hollyfield is live identified the richmond police department with the latest. >> this upset the police department. officers are putting everything they have into fining the shooter. the baby was inside his apartment western he was shot. he was with his grandparents and bullets came flying in. the one-year-old boy was shot in the neck. police believe the gunman was out on mcdonald avenue and sprayed the street with bullets. he also hit a man on a bicycle. the boy's father was at work when he got the call and he is outraged as is the police department. >> my son didn't do nothing to nobody, i don't do nothing. i go to work and come home. it is not my fault i live in an area like this. >> i am sickened and appalled. this is completely unacceptable and it is our highest priority to catch thos
ago. what led to this frightening scene in the city's bay view district. >>> we are live in san jose where police are looking for two robbers who targeted people riding light rail. we'll show you surveillance video of the suspects. >>> and the fog might make it tough for you to see on some commutes. the morning news continues. >>> good morning. thank you for waking up with us on this friday morning. good friday. march 29th i'm pam cook. >> good morning, i'm brian flores in for dave clark today. let's take a quick lack at your weather and traffic. steve a foggy and a little warm today. >> definitely very foggy for you out there in thest cone abay. visibility near zero. >>> here in san jose the fog hasn't arrived yet. we both know the fog doesn't move around. we'll be the fog brothers we'll take a lack at it. there is a look at the sunol grade. at 6:00 let's go back to the desk. >>> sal, thank you. we're tracking developing news in san francisco where a driver lost control and plowed into a house. a woman who lives in the home says she was asleep when the driver came crashing through h
the dogs in 2007 but the dublin school board voted to bring them back last year. >>> san jose police are looking for two men that are suspected of robbing people leaving a light rail station. janine de la vega is at station with a look at the video police are hoping will lead them to the suspects. >> reporter: the second incident in the last couple of months where victims have been followed off of a light rail station and robbed in neighborhood. the first one happened on ray street but the latest involved a light rail station and happened in the evening hours. police want you to take a good look at these two men. one is black the other is latino and both appear to be in their 20s. on march 8th they followed victims off the train which is near capital avenue. this is video of the two suspects getting off the train. investigators say they confronted the victims in a neighborhood about a half mile away. it was there where they shot the victims. after the victims were robbed the suspects ran away. the first suspect is described as black being 5'10" ta
county thaer may have been leaking for months. what is being done now to repair it. >> in san jose, a 2000 year old ritual to highlight the need for immigration reform, more coming up. >> and also ahead researchers hope to unlock mysteries of park wrin son's disease by >>> religious leaders are yugsing both passover and easter to highlight the need for immigration reform with the help of a ritual to make the point. abc news is live for news san jose with the story. thomas? >> we're here at san jose city hall. behind me there is a celebration and a flag raising for cesar chavez a champion for social justice this, was meant to highlight the need to give undocumented immigrants the justice they need. the council held a news conference in front of the san jose building. the reverend says there is a need for immigration reform. >> we're behind immigration reform, we're behind people, rights of people in need and zront a voice themselves. that is what it's all about. >> the group comprised of clergy sang, walking the plaza to perform an ancient rite. washing feet of local imgranlts. it's
you what the victims here are saying about this experience. >>> we're live in san jose where police need your help in solving a robbery. we'll show you the video of men who were targeting people on a light rail. >>> and the fog is the story this morning. find out which bay area bridge has the thickest fog. >>> and threats of settling accounts with the u.s.. the new warning from north korea this morning. >>> good morning. thank you for joining us on this friday, good friday march 29th i'm pam cook. >> good morning, i'm brian flores in for dave clark. let's get a quick check on the weather and traffic. steve it's a little humid today? >> it definitely was yesterday afternoon. >> yeah no doubt. fog is with us coast and bay. some areas inland are clear, clear. inland temperatures will warm up. tomorrow everything starts to fall apart but today watch out for that fog. here is sal. >>> steve, the san mateo bridge looks good. the fog hasn't reached it yet. you and i have been doing this long enough the fog moves around. especially as the sun goes up. this is a look at the bay bridge. the c
is on for two men who followed people from a light rail station in san jose and robbed them. janine de la vega sat station with -- is at the station with a look at the suspects. >> reporter: i am standing in front of the light rail station. police say passengers who were riding the train were followed from here and into a neighborhood about a half a mile away and then robbed. police want to know if you recognize these two men. one of them is black, the other is latino and both appear to be in their 20s. this is surveillance video of the two suspects leaving the train on march 8th. investigators say at 7:30 that night suspects followed victims from a train into the 2700 block. that is where they confronted the victims saying they would shoot if they didn't turn over their property. the suspects robbed the victims and ran away. the first is described as being black, 5'10", 180 pounds with a afro wearing a white t-shirt and white and black plaid shorts. the other is latino 5'8", 180 pounds. he f you have any information about this robbery or if you recog
simeon near hearst castle depth of less than 5 miles. no injuries or damage reported. >> in san jose tonight some folk fighting the all american restaurant no. big mac there they don't want mcdonald's in their neighborhood. lisa is live at the orchard farm shopping center to explain why. lisa? >>reporter: dan, the developer wants to put the mcdonald's right here. it is rate across the street from a middle school and this has been an empty lot for 20 years. tonight many said they would rather to stay empty than become mcdonald's. >> i have heard from a number of you already. i know you are not shy about your opinions. >>reporter: san jose city councilman pete constant organized the community meetin meeting. to discuss the possibility of a mcdonald's with a drive through opening in this portion of the orchard farm shopping center. right across the street from hyde middle school. >> don't like to have 11, 12, 13, 14-year-old being worried about crossing streets. >> tremendous risk exist for one of them getting hit. >>reporter: increase in traffic isn't their only concern. >> w
. they will send you a free kit if you can't make it to today's drive. at 2:30 here in san jose. reporting live, bob redell, nbc bay area news. >>> we also have more information posted on our website, nbcbayarea.com. thank you, bob. >>> in the east bay now, a 1-year-old boy is recovering in the hospital after being shot in his own home in richmond. police say someone opened fire out st. johns apartment building on west macdonald avenue after 1:00 yesterday afternoon. a fragment from the bullet hit the boy. you can see the bullet hole in the window of the apartment. the boy was sitting on the floor after being fed when he was hit. we're being told he's now in good condition. a $25,000 reward is being offered for the arrest and conviction of the gunmen. >>> now a follow-up this morning. the san rafael third-grader shot in the leg with an arrow while on a field trip in berkeley is back in class today. 8-year-old nadine harrison, she's just a doll, she had to undergo surgery to remove the arrow from her thigh. look at that. she was shot on tuesday while on a field trip at berkeley's hall of science
people in san jose are saying for plans to build a fast food restaurant in their neighborhood. they are against the mcdonalds being built in west san jose. but others say the community needs the jobs. nbc has more where both sides plan to speak out today. >> reporter: the community meeting starts at 6:30 tonight, but people are already filing here to the international performing arts center in san jose. more than 100 people are expected to express their opinions of why they do or don't want to see a new mcdonalds built in this mall. the plan is for the home of the big mac to be built here off this field in san jose. but neighbors are not loving it. especially the plan for a drive-through. >> that is where the traffic problems come up. the risk to kids come up. that is where we lose our pedestrian neighborhood, and the ea ease of getting in and out of the parking lot, it causes a real mess. >> reporter: many other neighbors signed the petition expressing concerns about the new fast food restaurant. many say with the middle school across the street, mcdonald's may undermine the
y el 41% dicen que son una carga. >> con mas del tema, en san jose se llevo lavatorio de piez, caminaron de la policía fereal a cesar chavez para dar apoyo a las familias inmigrants por deportaciones, se celebraron en diferentes ciudades del estado. >> encontraron un cuerpo en (información en ingles) las autoridades dicen que la mujer esta muerta. >> se registraron dos balaceras en auckaland, en (información en ingles) las victimas están fuera de peligro. >> a una mujer la asaltaron y la tiraron en el piso en portola, buscan a personas de la cuadra 300. >> un hombre que come mientras estaba manejaba se atragando y dio un accidente fatal, dos personas perdieron la vida, los carriles fueron abiertos al trafico. >> cientos de conductores sufrieron la concecuencia de la pista 80. >> la interestatal 80 vieron el accidente que cobro 2 vidas. >> según la patrulla el siniestro fue a las 10 cuando la persona perdió el vehiculo dicen que perdió el conocimiento cuando estaba comiendo un sandwich, choco dos vehiculos y entro al carril contrario, el vocero choco con un bmx y mato a
boomers. how about 73 for livermore tomorrow. san jose 71. that's 4 degrees above average. san mateo and union city, all right around 69 to 70 degrees tomorrow. concord 73. walnut creek 74. livermore at 73 tomorrow. vallejo 71 is and low 70s likely in oakland, sonoma and san rafael. there's the rain moving in late tomorrow, it will be hopping inside. to let that get wet. we've got rain and thunderstorms on easter sunday as we will dry out by monday. monday through wednesday looking dry. another chance of rain on thursday. you can't get that rain all winter long. now it's easter sunday. we'll get that rain. >> and they will be adding that here during the day. >> it won't be a washout, but with a chance of thunderstorms if you hear thunder, that's my rule of thumb to keep the kids inside. always better to keep them safe as you can hear the thunder and you'll be close enough to get hit. maybe an easter egg hunt inside. sounds good. >> good advice. all right. students and families in san jose will march through the streets to celebrate. today marked the 20th year of the allen rock school
. all coming to silicon valley as part of the exhibit of san jose's tech museum of innovation. >> i think it's great. >> while the idea of being a grandparent might make you feel old, many feel they will be inspired by seeing star wars. >> but i know it has tremendous, tremendous impact on a lot of the thinking that's going on with a lot of the new technology. >> we are extremely proud that so many scientific minds that have used star wars as a starting point that the characters, creations and technology of star wars have been sort of a common language for people of all ages to discuss real science. maybe the next generation of techies may be launched. >> the star wars encouraged the generation. then, as it does now, to look at the galaxy far, far away to be lifelong learners, to be innovative and perhaps most important, to do good in this world. >> scott budman, nbc bay area news. >> the museum opens in san jose on october 19th and tickets are already on sale. >> our own obe won kanobe is here. >> yes, definitely. thank you so much. let's get a look at the satellite loop. there is
warning to the united states. >> reporter: we're live in san jose where police need your help in solving a robbery. we'll tell you surveillance video of the men who targeted some teenaged boys riding the light rail. >>> and the becomes a victim and the reward growing from it. "mornings on 2" starts right now. >>> good friday move, i'm brian flores. >> i'm tori campbell. dave clark is off today. >>> police are searching for the driver who plowed into a home in san francisco's bayview district, then took off. it happened around 4:00 it morning. tara moriarty is joinging us with reaction from the home in the woman who thought there had been an earthquake. >> reporter: good morning. they thought it was an earthquake. the mother said the daughter rushed into her bedroom and said i think it's the big one and then they looked outside and saw the car smashed into their house where the blue tarp is. witnesses say the driver slammed into the house and then the suspect ran away. there appears to be about $10,000 worth of damage to the house and many items inside the garage were ruined, including a
recognize these men, call san jose police. i also want to mention that a couple of months ago a woman was robbed. she was on ray street and that incident when we reported it, we showed pictures of the suspect and people called into the station, recognizing the suspects, an arrest was made. police are hoping, even though this is an unrelated case, if police recognize the pictures, that maybe, you know, they will call into police and they will be able to get success in this case. reporting live from san jose, janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, janine. >>> a suicide bomber killed 11 people and injured more than 20 in an attack at a u could. son sue lit in pakistan -- u.s. consulate in pakistan. reportedly, the target of the attack was a police commander. he was not hurt. the pakistani taliban claimed responsibility for the attack saying police are part of the system they don't recognize and they are operating against us. >>> meantime, a mass rally in north korea today against the u.s. coming up at 7:15, the action by the u.s. that has
: san jose city councilman pete constant organized the community meetin meeting. to discuss the possibility of a mcdonald's with a drive through opening in this portion of the orchard farm shopping center. right across the street from hyde middle school. >> don't like to have 11, 12, 13, 14-year-old being worried about crossing streets. >> tremendous risk exist for one of them getting hit. >>reporter: increase in traffic isn't their only concern. >> we have got the chirp across the street. that will try to sneak over here or cupertino high school zoom over to get lu the lunch. how unhealthy is that. >> santa clara the first county in the country ban toy from his high fat fast-food meals. many say mcdonald's here would just be a step in the wrong direction. >> not smart to put a mcdonald's right there. right next to high middle school. >>reporter: there is a mcdonald's drive through right across the street from prospect high school. and students there love it. >> actually pretty nice because i can sgrous there right after school every day. >>reporter: right now at or
of san jose. they want congress to pass immigration reform. and there is as jesus christ is said to have washed feet after posels. >> for us in one tradition a christian tradition is a sign of service and humility. for those who are contributing to our lives is. >>> a survey shows there is growing support for undocumented imgrabts to stay in the]i country if they meet certain roirnltz. >> some drivers adapting well to the all electronic tolling system and snoks went way too fast into the toll plaza. and today, they did slow down. also, 15 confused drivers got a talking to through the loud speaker to keep moving that. is down from the 70 confused drivers yesterday. >> that is working well, you've got to expect a little bit of confusion. >> yes. >> still ahead at 5:00 major discount retailer enlitsing shoppers to do some of its dirty work. >> what are the obstacles preventing working mothers from having it all? a lawmaker steps up to change. >> will it make a difference? the reason chevron's >>> president obama made it clear he wants to improve early childhood education. nancy pelosi call
its defense a potential north korean missile attack on the u.s.. >>> san jose police need your help to identify two men that are leaving a light rail station. i want to show you video of a the suspects getting off the train. they are wearing plaid shorts. the robbers followed the victims and threatened to shoot them if they didn't hand over their property. here's a closer look at the suspects. police describe them as adult males in their 20s. >>> new employee code of conduct begins today at the port of oakland. it's part of an effort to win back public trust in the wake of a spending scandal that was uncovered in a ktvu news investigation. some port workers spent thousands of dollars of public money of a strip club. >> it's a milestone in a commitment we made to the public to respond after we learned of series challenges that we faced. >> the new policy approved yesterday includes tough new limits on employees spending and travel. and calls for mandatory ethics training for all port workers. >>> also new this morning incoming college fresh
everybody in san jose, this is a place where you have police, construction workers, hotels, everything, it's not just from san francisco to san jose, you are talking about from napa and all places from around the world. i hope it's a future for many events to come. we thank you for coming out and hope to bring back the super bowl. thank you. [ applause ] we are celebrating the glorious grand opening of the chinese rec center. ♪ 1951, 60 years ago, our first kids began to play in the chinese wrecks center -- rec center. >> i was 10 years old at the time. i spent just about my whole life here. >> i came here to learn dancing. by we came -- >> we had a good time. made a lot of friends here. crisises part of the 2008 clean neighborhood park fund, and this is so important to our families. for many people who live in chinatown, this is their backyard. this is where many people come to congregate, and we are so happy to be able to deliver this project on time and under budget. >> a reason we all agreed to name this memorex center is because it is part of the history of i hear --
by san jose police is expected to survive. this is the city's third officer involved shooting this month. it happened yesterday afternoon after police stopped the stolen car. investigators say the woman driving put the car in reverse and then drove towards the officers. one officer was struck by the car but got off a shot that hit the woman. the officer was hurt but he will be okay. >>> new night at 5:00 p.m., a break in involving several cases of wine. ktvu's john sasaki sin san francisco and tells us this wine was worth a lot of money. john? >> reporter: frank, that is right. this is a $5 bottle and each bottle was worth 200 times that amount. details are sketchy but it was tuesday that someone broke into this building in san francisco and into fine wines international. they stole 80 80 bottles of wine, more than $100,000. they have been here for more than 30 years. their less pricy bottles cost $20,000 a case and one costs $37,000 a case. police are trying to find out if this was a crime of opportunity or something else. >> when someone breaks in, you never know what they will get and
and this is double the amount that they usually offer for a crime like this. >> the family of a san jose woman, who police believe was murdered by her former board friend is speaking out. 29 year-old sandra of cruzes was allegedly stabbed to death by as juan ramirez. now the family says, that he had been stalking and threatening her for months, despite a restraining order against him. >> he stated that he would kill heart and killed himself if hr and kill himself e ever decided to leave him. if she wanted to go to the gun range and she wanted to purchase a gun so that she to protect herself. >> the suspect is still below spirit investigators said that he may be attempting to flee to mexico. >> he is possibly driving a dark green, a 1996 toyota t-100 pickup truck. this is similar to the one that you see on your screen. >> police are asking for the public's help in finding two suspects involved in a san jose robbery earlier this month. if this is surveillance video just released of the two men at the santa teresa light rail station. police said that the two suspects follow the victims off the light r
.m.. with no issues towards san jose airport. >> police are offering a $25,000 reward police are offering a 25- thousand - dollar reward. in hopes it will lead them to the gunman responsible for shooting a baby in richmond. this is video you will only see on kron 4. it was taken by a witness, as paramedics worked to save the baby boy, moments after the shooting. we are told the baby is recovering this morning. the baby's grandfather, who did not want to go on camera, says the bullet came through their living room window and hit the child. but with the bullet hit him and i don't know exactly how this happened. >> the shooting happened around 1-15 yesterday afternoon, near the intersection of first street and macdonald avenue in richmond. police say, the gunman was on foot. and also wounded another person on a bike. that person is believed to have been the intended target. >> the family of a san jose woman, who police believe was murdered by her former boyfriend. is speaking out. 29- year-old sandra cruzes was allegedly stabbed to death by juan ramirez. now the family says, ramirez had been stal
wings are 12,000 solar cell made by san jose base sun power. >> take just the solar cell and they solder them together on the wing of the plane. just using this not in glass and thicknesses is incredibly thin. very light weight. >> solar impulse leave the field on weather first flying to phoenix then dallas. at that point to atlanta or nashville or st. louis on the way to washington, d.c. and new york city. over a time period of about two months. cockpit accommodate only one pilot. bad weather poses greatest risk. >> we have a this make this fly in advance in this weather so we few hours even few day in advance where the air plane could be in the future. we reduce the risk. >>reporter: plane incorporates new materials technology that light the space program will benefit everyone. >> we test them in the air and available for everybody to be more energy efficient and reduce fuel consumption and cleaner. >>reporter: solar impulse doing a number of test flights over the bay area in april. so if lucky you might be able to look up and see it on assign day. this will be an important s
coast is looking at patchy fog and 54 with clouds in san jose and the roof camera is hard to see but as the sun comes up after 7:00 or right before 7:00, we will see some of this deck erode but by 10:00, we will have sun and mid-40's in the coolest north bay valley so look for coastal fog this morning with warmer weather this afternoon, showers likely over the weekend, and here are the visibilities from three quarters of a mile at napa and santa rosa and quarter of a mile at novato with zero visibility along the coast. it is cooler this o. grab the jacket. it will be warmer, though, this afternoon. >> good morning, leyla. >> the fog is slowing it down through pacifica. as you move northbound and southbound directions we are looking at the fog. it is going to be slowing the drive down along the golden gate bridge and bay bridge. we have an accident westbound 80 blocking a lane but it is not causing slow westbound or eastbound direction at leisure town. this is walnut creek into the southbound direction to 24 with at the same time lights moving along but a few extra tail lights com
. >>> the san jose police department is looking for help tonight identifying two men who invest -- investigators say robbed people as they were getting off the train. police say the robbers followed the victims then threatened to shoot them if they didn't hand over their property. here is a closer look at the suspects, police describe them as adult males in their 20s, they say one is african american, the other is latino. >> reporter: the police chief in richmond is offering a $25,000 reward tonight after a bullet went inside a home this afternoon and a fragment wounded a 1-year-old by by boy in the neck. the shooting happened at 1:15 this afternoon near first and west mcdonald in the iron triangle neighborhood. amber lee is live where she spoke to the child's father about the changes that need to happen, amber -- >> reporter: just a few minutes ago i spoke to the father of elijah lee. he said his son successfully underwent surgery and that he's relieved the baby is expected to recover. tonight police are looking for the man who was lying in wait and opened fire on a bicyclists
to other robberies throughout the area. >>> the san jose police department is looking for help tonight identifying two men who invest -- investigators say robbed people as they were getting off the train. police say the robbers followed the victims then threatened to shoot them if they didn't hand over their property. here is a closer look at the suspects, police describe them as adult males in their 20s, they say one is african american, the other is latino. >> reporter: the police chief in richmond is offering a $25,000 reward tonight after a bullet went inside a home this afternoon and a fragment wounded a 1-year-old by by boy in the neck. the shooting happened at 1:15 this afternoon near first and west mcdonald in the iron triangle neighborhood. amber lee is live where she spoke to the child's father about the changes that need to happen, amber -- >> reporter: just a few minutes ago i spoke to the father of elijah lee. he said his son successfully underwent surgery and that he's relieved the baby is expected to recover. tonight police are looking for the man who was lying in wait
- peluffo hoy la alcaldia de san jose iza la bandera de la union se campesinos en conmemoracin a csar chvez.. esta maÑana se celebr su natalicio, que coincide con la vispera de su muerte hace ya 20 aÑos.. :01 - :06 :12 - :19 :33 - :39 :59 - 1:05 1:29 - 1:35 1:36 - 1:41 trt: 1:51 o.c. que se benefició grandemente nats.. la plaza de la herencia mexicana en san jos se visti de fiesta esta maÑana para conmemorar al lder campesino csar chvez. s.o.t. malyna trujillo/adelante dual inmersion academy 11:26:25 imagínense trabajando en el campo debajo del sol, sin agua, sin descanso y sin baños. ese es el trabajo de los campesinos. nats.. 8:06:25 sí se puede, si se puede.. entre los invitados estuvo el hermano de csar chvez, quien junto a su familia, recibi un reconocimiento. s.o.t. librado chávez/hermano de césar chávez 24:22:17 y esto es parte de esta asamblea aqui de enseñarle a la juventud lo que él hizo para que sigan ellos aprendiendo, que no se les olvide. csar chvez naci un 31 de marzo, y muri un 23 de abril de 1993. en vsperas del vigsimo aniversario de su partida, la comunidad qu
bebita en san jose es que el estado de santa claro le envió una alerta y ese se parece en eel 91 cuando las autoridades están haciendo un llaamdo de emergencia y gracias a esto encontraron al menor. >> > y dieron la bienvenida a unos empleados y están a cargo de estar en la empresa de 911 , y podemos ver lo que está pasando y luegof debern ver los exámenes. >>> y hoy varios residentes pretestaron y quierten que hagan por esto. >> > un ejército dse residentes de los angeels fueron a botar basura y dijeron que como le spertenecen las propiedad también es de ellos la basurta y son más de 1500 californianos que perdieorn todo. >>> no me gusta al lado de mi casa han quedado vacias y se llena de basura drogadiccion. >> > bueno lo primero que llegan personas que no son dueños de la casa y en las comunidades que tiene familia y niños y miren esto. >>> y cosa que aseguuran que no se ha hecho por 3 años y los residentes tiene además perdidas económicas y en california tan solo el 1 por ciento pertenece a ellos y están con asistencia y ellos ignoran los ángeles hechos y propagar es
a potential north korean missile attack on the u.s.. >>> san jose police need your help to identify two men that are leaving a light rail station. i want to show you video of a the suspects getting off the train. they are wearing plaid shorts. the robbers followed the victims and threatened to shoot them if they didn't hand over their property. here's a closer look at the suspects. police describe them as adult males in their 20s. >>> new employee code of conduct begins today at the port of oakland. it's part of an effort to win back public trust in the wake of a spending scandal that was uncovered in a ktvu news investigation. some port workers spent thousands of dollars of public money of a strip club. >> it's a milestone in a commitment we made to the public to respond after we learned of series challenges that we faced. >> the new policy approved yesterday includes tough new limits on employees spending and travel. and calls for mandatory ethics training for all port workers. >>> also new this morning incoming college freshman could end up paying $5,000 more for student loans if congres
. the technology network in san jose who made this a crucial project. i want to call out a thanks to or tactical team. we know how to make it small, not over 150 feet in the air. we have a studio, zone engineering and i have to say thanks to hmr who has been a rock star and directly one of the reasons this is happening. an extremely talented project. thank you all. i also want to just take a moment to really acknowledge that while leo and i have done a lot of things m in this world, we would not be able to do it alone. there is only one person responsible for this project and that is executive director of the arts. luminarias. i can go on and on. i think i will throughout the night. do know that she's a special person and this entire community owes her a debt of gratitude. i want to thank leo and his family for bringing the level of artistic integrity for this work that somehow slipped through the progress of a work of contemporary art parallel in art history. it has everything to do with leo and our interpretations with our discussion and that one minute that transformed how people will be rec
saturday in front of san jose's homeless shelter. >> what's your name, sir? >> reporter: still, he knew he was on to something. knew that fixing the bikes of homeless and teaching them how to do it themselves was something worthwhile. >> staggering number of people who use a bicycle to get to work. low-wage working people. >> reporter: over the course of the past year, jim has certainly convinced others. >> nobody anticipated the need. nobody anticipated what desire there was for secondhand rehabilitated bicycles. >> reporter: tonight is the grand opening of good karma's first permanent home. 8,000 square feet to work with. six sponsored service stations with six more on the way, and they are not just fixing bikes anymore, but getting refurbished bikes to those who need the wheels. >> i didn't expect this. i never expected to have this wonderful space. i'm delighted because now we can serve more people. and those that are interested, there's so many that can come and work and learn. >> reporter: so a year ago he was setting up shop one day a week fixing these bikes. with the permanent faci
. >> the weekend has arrived but rain is in the picture. live look outside at the bay bridge approach in san jose. >> we have a wide spread dense fog. the temperatures however, are on the milder side. it is out of here and will make its way for sunshine. the temperatures will be in the '60s and '70s. the clause will return we do have a potential chance of light rain for tonight. satellite and radar shows high pressure is back in control. we are gearing up for another wet weather system and i will have our full details coming up. >> although we have been are observing a lighter than usual traffic for good friday. if we do have a potential for a hot spot. a truck has overturned on 101 south of the james lick freeway. the sensors indicate that this stop and go conditions for 280. i would have expected this to back up beyond cesar dives chave z. the back of does not return to downtown san francisco yet, at least that is good news. it is a potential hot spot for 1 01 southbound. >> the time is 7:02 a.m.. a one-year-old boy is recovering this morning after being struck by gunfire. he is at children's h
of a woman stabbed to death in san jose. say their loved one live in fear for years. then. >> a life for a life. >> pam: the georgia mother. whose baby was shot talks about the young teens accused in the murder. new tonight -- we are getting our first look at the suspects. we continue to follow breaking news tonight with a bb shot in the neck. the gunman is still on the loose the baby is in serious condition. this is aerial video shot by our partners at abc seven news. on the right is exclusive of video. keep it here much more on this breaking news ahead. at 5:30 only on kron 4 you will hear from the baby's family. mom, i invited justin over for lunch. good. no, not good. he's a vegetarian and he's going to be here in 20 minutes! don't stress. we can figure this out. [ male announcer ] get the speed to make a great first impression. call today to get u-verse high speed internet for as little as $14.95 a month for 12 months with a one-year price guarantee. this is delicious. ♪ [ male announcer ] save the day in an instant. at&t. ♪ i really like your new jetta! and you want to buy
bundles. >> the family of a san jose woman, who police believe was murdered by her former boyfriend. is speaking out tonight. 29-year-old sandra cruzes was allegedly stabbed to death by juan ramirez. now the family says, ramirez had been stalking and threatening cruces for months, despite a restraining order against him. right now, the suspect - this man -- juan ramirez is still on the loose. investigators say he may be attempting to flee to mexico. they also say, he is possiby driving a dark green, 1996 toyota t-100 pickup truck. similar to the one you see on your screen. newly released documents are telling us more about adam lanza. the gunman in the massacre at the newtown, connecticut grade school who wound up killing himself. a search warrant shows. investigators found more than 14-hundred rounds of ammunition at his mother's house. and inside lanza's bedroom, they found: a gun safe, a shoebox with bullets and samurai swords. authorities also found a holiday card written to adam from his mother. inside was a check for the purchase of another firearm. police say, lanza killed hi
asesinada a cuchillazos la semana pasada frente a un restaurante de san jose, take vo ---han salido a cuestionar si las ordenes judiciales de proteccion son efectivas ya que segun ellos, juan ramirez quien es el exnovio y el presunto asesino de sandra, la seguia por todos lados, sin importarle las ordenes de alejamiento... take sot marisela/herman a de sandra in: 00;15;45;17 out: 00;15;56;06 senora dice: "un papel es un papel... ese papel no te va a defender de nada, que diga que no te puedes acercar a cierta distancia de esta persona, no te va a cubrir de nada... " vo ---segun los parientes de sandra, ese mismo viernes 22 de marzo, ella habia ido a renovar la orden de alejamiento que habia obtenido contra ramirez... ---el sospechoso continua profugo y se cree que huyo a mexico... blanca ---tiempo de la primera pausa pero al regresar, take vo ---un conductor provoca un accidente mortal luego de atragantarse cuando iba comiendo. take vo - cesar ---un dentista pudo haber expuesto a miles de personas al vih y hepatitis.. los detalles al volver. take sot take vo - blanca recuerde manten
to introduce, doug record who was born in san jose and study history and sociology at ucsan diego in 1994. he is the founder of two web sites, american suburb x, founded in 2008 is an ever growing ar khief and fiercely edited work at photography's past rapidly shifting present and dramatically unfolding the future and these americans, which is an american historical and cultural archive organized by theme. the recent one is pictures by google's street view. the images capture sites of america where rates of poverty and unemployment are high and educational opportunities are slim. photographs from a new american picture were included in the new photography 2011 exhibition at mona in new york. and also has been seen at exhibitions at la ball in paris and pier 21 here in san francisco. a monograph was published in 2011. and it is represented by local galleries and sf galleries would like to thank steven orts and the staff for the support of this event. we asked doug to speak today in order to draw threads from his work until asketon has street view which is currently on view in the gallery. doug
schools. how will these be different than before. >>> not loving it. neighbors in west san jose not happy with the new mcdonald's going up in their backyard. why they are now taking matters into their own hands >>> we are loving that the sharks shut out the detroit red wings at this place, at the shark tank, hp pavilion we are giving you a live look at on this good friday, march 29th. this is "today in the bay." >>> good morning to you. 4:31. i'm marla tallez in for jon kelley. >> i'm laura garcia cannon. first, let's check the forecast from christina loren. >>> we are going to hit highs close to 80 degrees just about everywhere with showers in the forecast as well. so that the bizarre subtropical pattern continues for today. way can tell you is, of course, it is good friday, which means easter is just around the corner. i would say at this point go ahead and plan on having the egg hunt indoors. what shower can activity we do have is right now over the ocean. a lot of that is going to push onshore. we will time out when we have the best chance for showers when the steadier rain arrives to
the beautiful blue sky. 72 san jose. the extended forecast, temperatures begin to cool as early as tomorrow. with the gray skies it's going to feel cooler out there. a little foggy out there. but the wetter day looks like sunday. we get back to work on monday and then -- >> steve was saying we need an inch and a half to get back to normal. we probably won't get that much. that's the problem with the storms. they bring us rain. they don't bring us nearly enough. but they make it a dreary forecast. >> just about 15 minutes ago -- >>> just about 15 minutes ago, the president left miami to go back to the white house. he was there to track private investments on highway and other public works. he made a speech at the miami port that's doing upgrades. president obama is falling for $4 billion in new spending on two infrastructure programs that award loans and grants. all of his proposals require approval from congress. >>> drug-sniffing dogs will be patrolling middle and high schools in dublin again. the dublin school district will have dogs that can sniff out illegal and prescription drugs on ca
will be tracking it for you now and then. for this afternoon, let's enjoy the beautiful blue sky. 72 san jose. the extended forecast, temperatures begin to cool as early as tomorrow. with the gray skies it's going to feel cooler out there. a little foggy out there. but the wetter day looks like sunday. we get back to work on monday and then -- >> steve was saying we need an inch and a half to get back to normal. we probably won't get that much. that's the problem with the storms. they bring us rain. they don't bring us nearly enough. but they make it a dreary forecast. >> just about 15 minutes ago -- >>> just about 15 minutes ago, the president left miami to go back to the white house. he was there to track private investments on highway and other public works. he made a speech at the miami port that's doing upgrades. president obama is falling for $4 billion in new spending on two infrastructure programs that award loans and grants. all of his proposals require approval from congress. >>> drug-sniffing dogs will be patrolling middle and high schools in
morning to you. it is 7:26. i'm laura garcia cannon. san jose police looking for your help to catch two people that followed people off the rail and robbed them. they say a man in the white shirt and the man in the black shirt followed the victims off the light rail at the station three weeks ago, threatened to shoot the victims if they didn't hand over money. luckily, no one has been hurt. if you see anything, call police. i want to call christina on the forecast. it is going to be nice today. >>> it really is. once we get rid of all this cloud cover. that sun is outburning that top layer you have a. by 9:00 a.m., we should be mostly clear. i want to point out even with all those low clouds, we are running out of town. all flights across every major airport in this nation reporting on time right now. that's the good news. temperatures today are going to be close to 80 degrees in places like livermore. 78 in gilroy and 80 degrees straight up in fairfield as we head throughout the next couple of days. we start to get more active. expecting a pretty active easter sunday. keep that in mind
? mild. still, 65 degrees in livermore, pleasanton, antioch, 60s in san jose. even if it is going to stay mild with areas of fog expected. we will see mostly partly cloudy skies a bit warmer. but it changes as that storm returns. with rainfall for most of the bay area. >> pam: happening right now. it is a bay area sports tradition. game one of the 'battle of the bay' is at a- t&t park tonight. the san francisco giants versus the oakland a's. in the first of three exhibition games between the two local teams. kron 4's j.r. stone has been with fans all day. he joins us live outside a- t&t park with reaction. j.r. >> reporter: it may only be an exhibition game but baseball is back in the bay area. you can feel the energy outside at at&t park. hosts fans that are making their wastes into at&t park ferran they have been here all day they are in the midst of all >> the san francisco giants. fan and they showed a fairly early. >> to 30. >> probably to 45. if >> 1:00 p.m.. it >> 9 afc. >> what was going through your mind? >> to get a crowd of barograph care of for some it was making a fashion sta
in san francisco. 73 this oakland. 76 in san jose. 63 at santa cruz, another live view from our sutro camera, another beautiful look at the sky there. we have temperatures 778 in santa rosa now. 77 in napa. and it's been we'll see fog moving into the bay and sunny, mild again tomorrow, not as mild as today, showers likely sunday. satellite image animating it shows that big nice sunny break we're experiencing now. here is a big low pressure system off shore, our weather maker for the weekend influenced weather today, circulation is sweeping mild air in the bay area. starting the forecast animation at 6:00 in the morning we'll see wide spread clouds and maybe scattered showers developing into afternoon hours tomorrow, mainly over higher terrain, then, overnight into morning we'll see more organized shower activities continuing throughout the day sunday, into sunday fight. and it looks like it will be a wet easter sunday, rainfall totals may be up to an inch in the north bay. perhaps half an inch in the south bay. overnight tonight with partly cloudy skies will be mild, low temperatures
-60's at the coast and 75 in oak, palo alto, and san jose, and a look ahead, clouds, cooler, scattered showers over the weekend and clearing out ♪ hey baby i think i wanna marry you ♪ >> would they want to marry each other? they've been engaged for months. but did they secretly actually get married over the weekend? angelina came out with a gold band. now she's speaking out about the controversy. more on that coming up. >>> look at that crowd out in times square. good friday. great to see them out there and great to have elizabeth vargas in for robin. >> the weather is getting warmer and wonderful to have them. >>> also this morning we'll have the latest on that frightening middle school poison plot. the two 13-year-old students who are facing charges, get this, for spiking their teacher's tea with hand sanitizer. how she finally discovered the clues coming up. >> that's really terrifying. >>> new evidence today that says that the cloth thought to have been used to wrap jesus before he was buried is real. billions about to get a rare look at the shroud of turin for the first time i
, they said, but not surprised. the san jose mine has one of the worst safety records in the region. the first rescue team didn't get very far. 300 yards from here, the underground road was blocked by a boulder twice the weight of the empire state building. with the 33 still alive, the odds were put at 2%. half a mile underground, victor zamora was repairing the roof of the mine when the force of the collapse plastered him against a wall. he stumbled to the shelter where food was meant to be stored for just such an emergency. there was enough for a couple of picnics. how did you react to that? >> [speaking spanish] >> male translator: we were so mad. there was almost nothing there. we couldn't believe that we were supposed to survive with so little. we were treated even worse than animals. it was shocking. >> three days after the collapse, the rescue team started sending probes down. trouble was, they had no idea where the miners were. all they had were sketches, which were outdated and inaccurate. but they kept on drilling day and night. the noise was deafening. the miners would hear the prob
vegas, san francisco, miami, san jose. manhattan goes into that category. how much of the good housing turn around do you relate to low mortgage prices, rates i should say? >> i think it is really incredible impact of low mortgages rates. if you look at impact, monthly mortgage payment relative to incomes that is currently 37% below the average between 1985 and 2000. homes look incredibly affordable. instead of looking at low mortgage rates where are a big factor driving those down, look at fundamental home prices themselves they're 15% above the average between 1985 and 2000. meaning homes thelsselves pricewise are fairly expensive even though they look affordable because of low interest rates right now. nicole: i have only 10 seconds. what is your outlook? give us a word on the housing market, great, bad, okay, what do you think? >> we think strong recovery. expect 3.2% appreciation over next year. we're worried about gaining too much too fast. nicole: stan humphries of zillow, thanks so much for breaking it down for us. we appreciate it. >> thank you. ashley: all right. we have more
cells made in san jose. in may it will begin a cross-country tour demonstrating cutting edge technologies. >> we are testing them in the air. then available for everybody to be more energy efficient, reduce fuel consumption, be cleaner. >> the solar impulse has a wing span of a 747 but as light as a mid sized car. it is expected to make it all the way across the country without using a drop of fuel. >> very cool. >> i will ride in a plane like that. >> wonder how fast? have to look that up. >> probably not so fast. >> probably not. >> here is a look at your weather as we enter the easter weekend. mostly clear skies in the east coast. showers in the middle of the country. rain later in the day for the northwest. >> temperatures will rise to the upper 60s. 87 in phoenix. 81 in honolulu. that sure does sound nice. in the sweet 16s, cities, dallas, 76, and indianapolis, 54. 50s for the majority of the cities in the northeast. >>> and all week, "good morning america" anchors have been coming face to face with their look-alikes. >> yeah, yesterday, robin roberts' turn. this is dr.
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